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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Got Politics?....I Do For The Next Few Days

I'll be pretty busy with political events the next few days. Tonight we have our elections of new officers for the Irvine Republican Council. It's going to be a pretty exciting political season next year with an open seat for the Presidency. The county & state GOP are going to need a big GOP turnout in Irvine like we did in 2004 to the tune of 90% to help offset liberal votes from LA and nocal. Lynn has been nominated for 1st Vice Chair and is running unopposed. We also have as a guest speaker at the meeting our esteemed Assemblyman Chuck DeVore. I can't wait to get our Sacramento update from him.

This weekend I'll be out in Ontario for the CRA state convention. I was appointed as a delegate by Karl Heft who is running for Vice Chair of the CRA. I'm really excited about Saturday because the best Representative in the entire Congress, Ron Paul of Texas, will be giving the keynote for the luncheon Saturday. Ron also happens to be running for President I'm excited to say. I'll have more to say about Rep Paul when the convention is over. Suffice to say he is the best choice IMO for President to get the country back on the right track. Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo, Joe Loya - Father-in-Law of wrongly convicted Border Patrol Agent Nacho Ramos, will all be there as well as state GOP heavyweight Tom McClintock. I'll have a full report Sunday night hopefully of everything that went on during the convention.

2 Comments:

  • At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Unless the "winner take all" electoral college rule is changed
    in California, there really won't
    be much of a contest here for President. It would be better for
    you to go to Ohio or Florida to help out.

     
  • At 8:48 AM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    You're assuming we're going to be competitive in those states. The way Bush is bleeding the party right now, I wouldn't be surprised if Hillary is our next President.

     

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